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Lemon Oil is a very powerful essential oil with anti-fungal, anti-viral, and astringent properties. It fights against bacteria so it aids in kicking out colds, coughs, and sore throats. To apply this essential oil, adults can use 2 to 4 drops topically, while 1 to 2 drops are sufficient for children. Rubbing the drops into a baby’s feet is a great way to use the essential oils for infants.

The following are 12 amazing uses for Pure Lemon Essential Oil:

1.  Soothe a sore throat

  • Add a drop or two to water and gargle.

2.  Quiet a cough, kick out a cold, and bring down a fever

  • Add a drop or two to a glass of water and drink or diffuse into the air and breathe deeply.

3. Mouthwash

  • Add a drop or two to water and gargle. This practice neutralizes bad breath.

4.  Disinfect your cleaning supplies

  • Add a few drops to water in a spray bottle and use to sanitize.

5.  Remove gum out of hair

  • Apply one or two drops to the gum. Gently rub to remove.

6.  Clean up crayon spots and grease spots

  • Apply one or two drops to the spot and gently rub to remove.

7.  Rinse fruit with it to clean and help increase shelf life

  • Add two or three drops to cool water. Add fruit and stir.

8.  Preserve leather

  • Add several drops to a soft cloth to clean/preserve the leather.

9.  Heal cold sores

  • Apply one or two drops to sore.

10.  Diffuse into the air for a mood boost

  • Increases clarity

11Naturally Repel Insects

  • Dilute one to two drops with a carrier oil and apply to skin.

12Relieve Heartburn

  • Add a drop or two to a glass of water and drink.

*Note: Not all brands of essential oils are created equal. Make sure that your essential oil is Certified Pure Therapeutic Grade (CPTG). These essential oils are 100% safe and natural and can be taken internally.

**Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational purposes only. None of these statements are intended to treat or diagnose an illness or disease. Seek medical advice for injuries, illnesses, or disease.